Overseas players who played in Japan are highlighted
The breakdown per World Cup is as follows:
1991: Goals 1 to 7
1995: Goals 8 to 13
1999: Goals 14 to 35
2003: Goals 36 to 51
2007: Goals 52 to 71
2011: Goals 72 to 100
In the video, the goals are not presented in strict chronological order.
The name of the player in the list may have changed since the goal was scored. For instance, Nagasato Yuki is now Ogimi Yuki.
|16||Rita Nwadike||Nigeria||Korea DPR|
|21||Jin Pyol Hui||Korea DPR||Denmark|
|26||Shannon MacMillan||USA||Korea DPR|
|58||Renata Costa||Brazil||New Zealand|
|63||Lisa De Vanna||Australia||Norway|
|65||Ri Un Suk||Korea DPR||Sweden|
|72||Célia Okoyino da Mbabi||Germany||Canada|
|74||Nagasato Yuki||Japan||New Zealand|
|85||Maribel Dominguez||Mexico||New Zealand|
|86||Hannah Wilkinson||New Zealand||Mexico|
Liu Ailing joined Tasaki Perule in 1994, they gained promotion from the Challenge League that season and she stayed with the team until 1997.
Tone Haugen played with the successful Nikko Securities team in the mid-nineties and was one of the leaders in assists in 1995 (10 assists).
Tiffeny Milbrett played with Shiroki in the mid-nineties.
Hege Riise was another Norwegian who joined Nikko Securities in the mid-nineties. She led the league in assists in both 1996 (25) and 1997 (10) and was named on the Best XI in both seasons.
Brandi Chastain joined Shiroki for their first season in the league (1993) when she was named on the Best XI.
Charmanine Hooper played with Prima Ham in the mid-nineties. In 1994 she was the league's top scorer and was named on the Best XI. In 1995 she was named league MVP, was the top scorer and was named on the Best XI. In 1996 she was again named on the Best XI.
* This may in fact be Elena Fomina. Both players resemble each other and both scored in this game from a similar position on the field.
Since the clips of the goals are very short, they may be a number of errors in identification.